2800 light years distant and containing a small planetary nebula, the latter I've no idea whether I captured it or not. Anyway here is the first of the batch under a gibbous moon...
|open cluster ngc7243 in lacerta|
700d + nt150s 33x120s @ ISO 800
This reminds me of the salt and pepper nebula in Auriga. Discovered by Caroline Herschel in 1783, distance 7600 light years.
|open cluster ngc7789 la rosa blanca in cassiopeia|
700d + nt150s 33x120s @ ISO800
Now with an overpowering gibbous moon rising high over Polop to the north east, why not push my luck?
|open cluster ngc7686 in andromeda|
700d + nt150s 24x120s @ ISO800